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Originally posted by snoochieboochies
The police really should have better things to do with their time. I got pulled over once for flicking a fag but out the window. My crime against humaity was littering lmao.
According to the Arbor Day Foundation, more than 83 percent of forest fires in 2006 were due to human activity, most of which was traced to carelessness. Campfires which have been improperly put out, carelessly tossed cigarette butts and other accidental human actions are a major cause of forest fires, many of which cause extensive damage and some of which have cost human lives. Read more: Causes of Forest Fires | eHow.com www.ehow.com...
Workers were banned from smoking in their company cars as part of the Health Act introduced in 2006.
The law made it illegal in all vehicles used primarily for business purposes by more than one person.
Anyone caught breaking the law faces a £50 fixed penalty fine or a possible court conviction, which carries a £200 fine.
The culprits’ employers will also be informed and also be heavily fined.
Originally posted by ziggy1706
whoa! wait a minute, is this in THE USA? then they should shut down phillip morris and marlboro then..jsut another excuse to mess with the taxpayer and harras him/her. bet if it was an illegal alien, theyde turn thier heads, a non taxpaying thief* remember when seatbelts was the issue like 2 years ago? what a load and waste of taxpayers money. treat us like we still should be tucked itno bed by mommy n daddy.
im a smoker, would liek to quite! but arresting or issuing tickets for something that is perfectly legal..is ILLEGAL
wonder how much bribe money teh judges got for helping conjure of this scheme
Originally posted by zorgon
So what percentage of the population in the UK drives a company car?
Originally posted by RustyShakleford92
reply to post by DimensionalDetective
As a smoker, I do find it disgusting to smoke in cars. I hate the smell. And if it's a company car, and the company doesn't want you smoking in it, it should be the companies job to discipline you, not the police. I don't understand the logic here.